“Pecos Kid” is a 1936 Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Robert Livingston, Ray “Crash” Corrigan, and Max Terhune.
The story follows the Pecos Kid, a notorious outlaw who is forced to go into hiding after being wrongly accused of a crime he did not commit. He joins a traveling medicine show as a sharpshooter and befriends a group of performers, including a ventriloquist and his dummy, Elmer.
Meanwhile, a gang of bandits led by Blackie and his henchman, Lopez, is terrorizing the area. The Pecos Kid soon discovers that Blackie and Lopez were the real culprits behind the crime he was accused of, and he sets out to clear his name and bring them to justice.
With the help of his new friends, the Pecos Kid engages in a series of thrilling shootouts and horse chases as he tries to take down the gang and clear his name. Along the way, he also discovers a romantic connection with one of the performers, a beautiful dancer named Joan.
In the end, the Pecos Kid triumphs over the bandits, clears his name, and rides off into the sunset with Joan, leaving the audience with a satisfying conclusion to a classic Western tale.
Harry L. Fraser
Ted Tuttle, Henry Hess
Fred Kohler Jr., Ruth Findlay, Roger Williams